For You, For Me

Thomas, Abigail
March 2006
Iowa Review;Spring2006, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p38
This essay presents the author's perspective on creative writing. It mentions about her first few writing experiences. The author opted to write nonfiction stories, because she believed its more simpler and most of her writings are drawn from personal experiences. It has been said that nonfiction are stories that need to be served straight and right, while fictions are stories that need architecture.


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